Updating your computer is almost complete turn off
The time to resume from different power states is much more significant on hard disk drives than it is on solid-state drives.
Since boot times on modern SSDs are so fast, shutting down your computer is not nearly as much of a factor.
Power buttons can still wear out, but they have a life cycle that will far outlast the other components of your computer. Solder is meant to withstand changes in temperature; turning a computer off frequently will not harm it.
For example, many individuals turn their TV on and off each day, sometimes several times.
Before 1994, it may have been beneficial to leave the computer on due to potential power switch related issues associated with certain manufacturers that caused the power buttons to break prematurely.
However, this issue was only applicable to a very small portion of old OEM computers, and today, is no longer a problem.
You get two choices-- Restart Now, or Restart Later.
Is there any way to turn off this incredibly annoying nag dialog?
Time to resume In our opinion, the time for your computer to resume working is a bigger factor the cost of electricity.If a storm causes a blackout or brownout, it can cause problems with a desktop computer. "Turing off my computer causes power surges." This statement is also untrue.To prevent these power-related problems from affecting a computer use a UPS. "Leaving a computer on causes it to overheat." Unless a fan within a computer fails while it is on, the computer will not overheat.You can use that storage space for your i Cloud backups, to keep your photos and videos stored in i Cloud Photo Library, and your documents up to date in i Cloud Drive.If you need more space, you can buy more i Cloud storage. If you choose 200GB or 2TB plans, you can share your storage with family. If you run out of i Cloud storage, your device won’t back up to i Cloud.